Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    No one knows what will happen to him before sunset.

    Source: Danish
    No one so hard upon the poor as the pauper who has got into power.

    Source: Danish
    Not every wood will make wooden shoes.

    Source: Danish
    Nothing is so new but it has happened before.

    Source: Danish
    Of bad debtors you make take spoilt herrings.

    Source: Danish
    Old birds are not caught with chaff.

    Source: Danish
    Old friends and old ways ought not to be disdained.

    Source: Danish
    Old friends and old wine are best.

    Source: Danish
    Old habits die hard.

    Source: Danish
    Old oxen have stiff horns.

    Source: Danish
    Old signs do not deceive.

    Source: Danish
    Old sins cast long shadows.

    Source: Danish
    Old soldiers never die.

    Source: Danish
    Old swine have hard snouts, old oxen hard horns.

    Source: Danish
    One bag of money is stronger than two bags of truth.

    Source: Danish
    One beggar likes not that another has two wallets.

    Source: Danish
    One bird in the hand is better than two on the roof.

    Source: Danish
    One bite brings another.

    Source: Danish
    One hair of a maiden's head pulls harder than ten yoke of oxen.

    Source: Danish
    One hand full of money is stronger than two hands full of truth.

    Source: Danish
    One hand must wash the other, or both will be dirty.

    Source: Danish
    One hunts the hare, and another eats it.

    Source: Danish
    One ill weed mars a whole pot of pottage.

    Source: Danish
    One man is born to money, and another to the purse.

    Source: Danish
    One man is not bad because another is good.

    Source: Danish
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